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Providing Amateur Radio Emergency and Public Service Communications Throughout Clatsop County, Oregon

This website is published by Clatsop County AuxComm for the benefit of members and the community of amateur radio operators supporting emergency and public service communications within Clatsop County Oregon.


Volunteers Needed for 4th July Celebration

Help with communications & safety patrol at Seaside beach fireworks event.

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tsunami hazard signBy Erick Bengel  The Daily Astorian   May 26, 2016

Immediately after a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake, emergency responders, including Astoria’s, will likely be as paralyzed as everyone else.

“The city may not be able to respond at all,” City Councilor Drew Herzig said.

Residents and visitors unlucky enough to be on the North Coast when the “big one” hits should plan to take care of themselves, he said.

“We’re not trying to terrify people, but we’re trying to be honest with them about what they can expect from city services,” Herzig said. “And the reality of our situation with a Cascadia event is that there’s going to be very little service left.”